Orban supports Jansa in Slovenia

The PM visit Poland and Israel soon

MH – 2018.05.12. 08:44 –

Hungary will continue to build an "open and honest cooperation based on mutual benefits" with Slovenia in the next four years, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in Slovenia's Lendava (Lendva) on Friday, according to MTI.

Orban held talks with former Slovenian prime minister Janez Jansa and Janez Magyar, a candidate of Jansa's Slovenian Democratic Party in that country's early elections set for June 3, according to the Hungarian news agency.

Orban's press chief said on Friday that the re-elected Hungarian prime minister will pay his first official foreign visit to Warsaw, on Monday. According to weekly Hetek, his next visit will be to Israel, in a few weeks.